|THE CAT’S MEOW
St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Port Hope
5th Sunday after the Epiphany 10 February 2019
Morning Prayer–Thursday and Friday, 9.30 in the rectory.
Centering Prayer–Every Thursday at 3.00 in the mezzanine.
Five Minutes Monthly— Sunday, February 17 after 10.30 eucharist. Pick up the additional reading at the rear of the church today.
Eucharist & Pot Luck—THIS Wednesday, February 13, 5.15 pm. Sign-up sheet on the bulletin board at back of church. Or just show up.
Frost Fest –Thanks to all who dropped by the rectory Friday night despite the bad weather. We’ll do it again in the spring. RM+
Birthday List — If you wish to be remembered in the Prayers of the People on your birthday, print your name AND ADDRESS on the sheet provided at the back of the church. It is in the binder on the shelf.
Wednesday Eucharist at St. Mark’s all of February, 10.00 a.m..
Flowers this week are given to the Glory of God and in memory of Evelyn Cotter, Douglas Cowling and Margaret Baily by Father Graham Cotter.
Prayer Book Choral Evensong is led by the Junior Choir on the first Wednesday of each month at 4:00 p.m.
ANNUAL VESTRY MEETING TODAY following the 10:30 Eucharist and Potluck lunch
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner March 5, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. $8.00. There will be a sign up sheet for those who are able to help with this event.
Tuesday, Tea, and Theology Led by Fr. Patrick, the next meeting will be on Feb. 26 at 3 p.m. We are reading Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church by R. H. Evans.
COLDEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR: Please consider joining our team – St. Mark’s Marchers – and walk with us on Saturday, February 23rd. Another important way to help is to sponsor those of us who are walking. Many of you know the work Green Wood Coalition does already and support in so many ways. You can sponsor by going into the Coldest Night of the Year website, or give a donation through the church. More information? Contact Ann Smith Ann Smith says: You’d look great on our team! For the next few weeks, I’m investing some of my time fundraising for an event we are involved with – the Coldest Night of the Year. The Coldest Night of the Year is a walk that raises money for folks in our community who need our help. Some of them hungry, more than a few hurting and regrettably, some who are homeless too. Adults, moms and kids, seniors and youth as well. Once again this year we will be walking for Green Wood Coalition.
The display cabinets in the church contain the story of the 1895 reredos, the 1949/1950 triptych, and the east window’s revealing in 2000 – basically an outline of what has happened behind the altar over the past 125 years. The display case in the parish hall has an updated architectural display now.
2019 Church Calendars are in! February is here!!! Full of information, it is still a must-have bargain at $5. Only a few left
Oh! The 2019 Church
Calendars are in!
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Graham Cotter is not the only one listening to what you say!
He’s at email@example.com &
705 924 2492
The St. Mark’s Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce a return engagement of the Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir with guest soloist (our own) Ellen Torrie on Saturday 11 May 2019 @ 2 pm. Tickets are $30 pp and available from these parishioners: Pat Bryan, Pat Eberle, Terry Hill, Jane Pinchin & Peter Kedwell. Reserve yours soon as the 2017 performance was sold out in advance.
Stella Bullen, longtime parishioner of St. Mark’s, has moved to Paris, ON to be close to her daughter and son-in-law, Eileen and Ron Rowe, former residents on Walton Street.
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9 a.m. to noon. 905-885-4071